“Some of this infrastructure has been put in with the assumption that permafrost will remain relatively stable, and if it does degrade, there will be consequences for maintenance or replacement of infrastructure,” says UAF researcher David McGuire.
How did District 39 and Nome’s votes compare to Alaska’s on November 8th? Let’s have a look.
“Tribal healing has to coexist with modern medicine,” Eva Menadelook, a tribal healer, stated. Norton Sound Health Corporation’s regional hospital in Nome has two Tribal Healers and one trainee to provide an alternative medical service to modern practices, such as prescribing opioids.
Through the 2016 Community Benefit Share program, NSEDC will give $150,000 to each of its 15 member communities. Diomede, White Mountain, and Unalakleet will receive additional funds to pay for specific community projects.
Less than half of Alaska’s registered voters cast ballots in the November 8th General Election.
This week’s Elder Voices features our 2002 interview with Susan Campbell, who was born in Gambell in 1934. Join KNOM on the air every Wednesday at 11am and again at 6pm, for the rebroadcast of the beloved series, Elder Voices.
Over 350 wrestlers represented 46 different 1A2A3A schools at the ACS Wrestling tournament. The lead scorers for NBHS were Caleb Evatt and Ben Cross, who both finished 5th in their weight classes. Nome Beltz High School finished with 46.5 team points, 21st overall.
Nov. 8th is election day for voters all across the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, and the nation. In district 39, voters will choose candidates for five different races.
A profile of Alaska US House challenger Bernie Souphanavong, independent.
A profile of Alaska US House challenger Jim McDermott, Libertarian.